What’s Going On? 3/10-3/12

Shamrock City

It’s almost St. Patty’s Day, Chattanooga! Time to bust out all the green you own and either celebrate your Irish heritage or pretend you have Irish heritage and celebrate it – doesn’t matter, everyone’s welcome! This premiere St. Patrick’s Day event includes live Irish music, Irish jig lessons, Irish food, specialty beer, dance performances, costumed characters and fun for the whole family! You can even see the High Falls flowing green!

March 11-12
8:30 AM – 5:00 PM
Rock City
seerockcity.com

Paddling by Moonlight

Get bundled up and enjoy a scenic moonlight paddle along Lookout Creek! During this about 3-hour, 5-mile trip, you’ll learn some history about the creek and info about the wildlife that lives in the area – and use the moonlight to spot some! Raccoons are so cute when they’re not in your trash cans, don’t you think? And don’t worry, there are flashlights – you won’t get lost on the creek forever!

March 10
7:00 PM

Reflection Riding Arboretum and Nature Center
reflectionriding.org

MeLyn Thompson

MLK Boulevard was once the place to be for Chattanooga’s live music scene. Jazzanooga is reaching back and bringing you a Nite Cap!

MeLyn is an aspiring singer and songwriter from right here in Chattanooga. She taught herself guitar and piano, and has a background of singing in the Chattanooga Girls Choir, the Middle Tennessee State University Gospel Choir and the Chattanooga Opera and Symphony. With music loves spanning from Classical to Hip Hop, MeLyn is an eclectic, powerful performer!

March 10
7:30 PM
Jazzanooga Arts SPACE
jazzanooga.org

Sunday Brunch at The English Rose

How better to celebrate a 20th anniversary – or any occasion, really – than with brunch! If you’ve never been to The English Rose before, the 20th Anniversary Tea for Two is an incredible sampling of their offerings: tea, finger sandwiches, cheese, crackers, fruits and pastries galore (we have the full menu up on our Facebook)!

Personal note from your friendly neighborhood copywriter: I spent almost two years living in London, and I love to stop by The English Rose whenever I feel “homesick.” It’s authentic and charming, and I cannot recommend it enough!

March 12
10:00 AM – 2:00 PM
The English Rose
www.englishrosetearoom.net

Women Build Breakfast

Enjoy a delicious breakfast and raise funds for the 2017 Women Build Home! Habitat Women Builds are organized throughout the country as a way to unite women to take a stand against poverty housing in communities.

The 2017 Women Build Home will be constructed in Chattanooga’s Glass Farms Historic Neighborhood by women for a working mother and her two children. Construction of the home will begin in March and completed by mid June – weather permitting.

March 11
9:00 AM
The Chattanoogan
habitchatt.org

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